Just when you thought popular culture couldn’t get any more stupid and depraved the overbred, overeducated elites find another norm to burn down.
And now this includes grooming children to become prostitutes.
From the Washington Examiner:
Teen Vogue wants you to know that when you grow up, you can be anything you want to be — even a prostitute.
Imagine your daughter scrolling through an article from a teen website and coming across this line: “I am a doctor, an expert in sexual health, but when you think about it, aren’t I a sex worker? And in some ways, aren’t we all?”
The perennially misfiring Teen Vogue is facing controversy again this week, this time for publishing an article titled, “Why Sex Work Is Real Work.” In it, a doctor argues not only that prostitution should be legalized, but also that it’s just like any other career. Author Tlaleng Mofokeng writes:
I find it interesting that as a medical doctor, I exchange payment in the form of money with people to provide them with advice and treatment for sex-related problems; therapy for sexual performance, counseling and therapy for relationship problems, and treatment of sexually transmitted infection. Isn’t this basically sex work?
It’s one thing to argue for the decriminalization of prostitution. It’s another thing to do so on a teen website, and to argue that sex work carries with it no more baggage than any other job. To say that selling sex is the same as becoming a doctor who treats sexual issues is disingenuous at best, and dangerous at worst.
Read the rest here.